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Letters to the Editor

A man of moral certitude

Re: Wallin takes swing at government (Oct. 24). We are very fortunate we have a prime minister of such moral certitude that he knows, without any help from judges, that three senators have sinned and must be punished.

We are also fortunate the ranks of his equally certain members of Parliament will applaud and approve every word their leader utters.

Prime Minister Harper in the House of Commons on Wednesday.

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Prime Minister Harper in the House of Commons on Wednesday.

But I am rather puzzled. Stephen Harper originally pronounced Sen. Pamela Wallin free from the sin of wrongful accounting. I suppose it takes a big man to admit a mistake.

DERWYN DAVIES

Winnipeg

 

If Stephen Harper can't cope with the fallout from the Senate scandal, he has an option he has used before when matters became too hot to handle.

He can prorogue Parliament and let the electorate decide who can quell this matter and lead our country out of this mess and embarrassment.

ELMER PAWLIUK

Winnipeg

 

Finally our mayor, Ottawa politicians and senators are telling the truth. They are calling each other liars, and I believe that is the truth.

GILBERT LEVASSEUR

Winnipeg

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition October 25, 2013 A12

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